E.O.I Medical Question

Old Feb 8th 2011, 11:13 am
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Hi All.
We have had to submit an E.O.I and start all over again and re apply to get a resident visa as ours ran out and we still have not sold house.

Can someone please give us a list of the medical requirement levels for things like
liver function
cholesterol
blood pressure
bmi
i cant remember the levels required but i can remember my liver function test was high and had to be retested last time.
I noticed that the price to apply is lot more than last time $400 just to submit E.O.I.
If there is a link that you know with the info can you post it.
Thank you
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Old Feb 8th 2011, 6:45 pm
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The medical examiner is expected to calculate the BMI for all applicants aged 18 years and older.
Measure the waist circumference of all applicants 18 years of age. With a tape measure, comfortably
measure the shortest circumference that is below the rib cage and above the umbilicus.
The medical examiner is to request fasting glucose and fasting lipids where BMI >35 or when
the waist circumference in applicants 18 years or over is greater than the following limits1:
• men: ≥ 102cm, except Asian/Indian men: ≥ 90cm
• women: ≥ 88cm, except Asian/Indian women: ≥ 80cm.
From this link:http://www.immigration.govt.nz/NR/rd...lExaminers.pdf

BP should be repeated if greater than 140/90 on the first reading. From:
Medical forms

Not sure where to find the list of normal ranges for liver function tests. These may vary slightly depending on the lab used as well. Not sure if all immigration bloods go to a specific lab or just the usual one the doctor uses.
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Old Feb 8th 2011, 7:09 pm
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Just a thought but why not wait for the house to sell first? Might reduce the risk of losing the costs of the application (again )...
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